Hi, Our Baby almost 19, had copious urine up until about 4-6 weeks ago. Now we are challenged to obtain the 3 samples of urine for the glucose test the vet wants before proscribing insulin because her urine has become scanty. My partner is retired (thank goodness or I would never be able to watch our cat carefully) but has only been able to get 2 samples, both positive for glucose in urine, the darkest indicator, but no ketones, thankfully. The vet (newly trained) would have expected more urine unless she is really not diabetic, but we have 2 of the 3 samples positive. I attach her fructosamide test which the clinic may ascribe to 'white coat' syndrome. I plan to attempt a blood sugar test using the dot of blood on the ear with Baby over the weekend. This seems to be a skill I should master. We had been using FF (yes, we will need something better). I have no data yet for a chart. I hope what I have written makes sense for Baby's sake. She seems OK but she sleeps quite a bit and her urine output changed alot. We give her 100 ml/night Lactated Ringers religiously. Thank you.